New Delhi: February 23, 2021 marks the first anniversary of Delhi riots. Last year, North-East Delhi witnessed many incidents of...
As per the data released by Enforcement Directorate, anti-CAA protest was funded by the Popular Front of India (PFI), the leaders of Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party. PFI deposited Rs120 crores in 73 bank accounts for successful execution of the anti CAA protest around the city.
In the latest Facebook video, Sidhana urged people to gather in large numbers at the grain market in Mehraj, Bathinda district headquarters.
Delhi Police chargesheet said "key conspirators" arranged buses, manpower including around 300 women to execute "pan-Delhi protests" against CAA. These WhatsApp chats further expose the conspiracy.
"Conspirators planned the riots while middle ring of leaders at the area level executed the plan through the foot soldiers," the police said.
The Peace and Harmony Committee chief said that Facebook India's refusal to present before the committee is a "contempt of the Delhi Legislative Assembly".
On August 13, a trial court granted more time to Delhi Police to probe the matter and extended the time for completing the investigation till September 17.
“Bloomsbury India strongly supports freedom of speech but also has a deep sense of responsibility towards society,” the publisher said.
Delhi Police’s investigation into Delhi Riots reveals a conspiracy with a nefarious design.
In the status report filed in the court, the Special Cell also disclosed that Khalid Saifi, an accused who was arrested in connection with the riots, went to Malaysia to meet controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik.